Category Archives: Deals

LFJ Dealmakers Panel: Opportunities at the Intersection of Funding, Mass Torts & ABS

The panel discussion consisted of Jacob Malherbe, CEO of X Social Media, Sara Papantonio, Partner at Levin Papantonio Rafferty, and Ryan Stephen, Managing Partner of Pine Valley Capital Partners. The panel was moderated by Steve Nober, CEO of Consumer Attorney Marketing Group (CAMG),

LF Dealmakers Panel: Ask the Experts: An Insider’s Approach to Getting the Best Deal

Ted Farrell, Founder of Litigation Funding Advisors moderated a panel which included Fred Fabricant, Managing Partner of Fabricant LLP, Molly Pease, Managing Director of Curiam Capital, and Boris Ziser, Partner at Schulte Roth and Zabel.

Equine Capital Solutions LLC Selects DealBridge.Ai’s DRM Solution to Revolutionize Litigation Finance, the first Deal Relationship Management (DRM) platform, is proud to announce its strategic partnership with Equine Capital Solutions LLC (ECS) to transform the complexities of Litigation Finance. ECS, a prominent provider of specialty finance solutions, has chosen’s DRM solution as the central technology to modernize its business, incorporating the platform into every aspect of their client, deal, and operational needs.

New research shows GCs seek greater value from legal claims and judgments

Burford Capital, the leading global finance and asset management firm focused on law, today releases new independent research that reveals how businesses are finding solutions to extract greater value from legal claims and judgments, based on a survey of 350 GCs, heads of litigation and senior in-house lawyers in the US, Europe, Asia, Australia and the Middle East.

Silver Bull Secures US$9.5M in Litigation Funding to Pursue Damages Claim Against the Mexican Government

Silver Bull Resources Inc. (TSX: SVB, OTCQB: SVBL) (“Silver Bull” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has secured funding for its international arbitration proceedings against the United Mexican States (“Mexico”) under the Agreement between the United States of America, Mexico, and Canada (the “USMCA”) and the North American Free Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”).